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Digital Imaging System with Higher Sensitivity for in vitro Molecular Imaging, Eastman Kodak Co.
February 2006
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Eastman Kodak Company's Molecular Imaging Systems group announced the availability of a new digital system for in vitro imaging in life science research, enabling a broader spectrum of advanced imaging needs that can be handled through a single, affordable system. KODAK's Gel Logic 2200 Digital Imaging System features a cooled CCD camera and an integrated illumination cabinet to permit the sensitive detection of fluorescent, chemiluminescent, and chromogenic assays. The system includes a 2.2 million-pixel sensor, an f 1.2 lens, and 6x optical zoom to deliver highly accurate and sensitive 16-bit image-capture for quantitative imaging of electrophoresis gels, blots, plates and assays.  Its versatile illumination cabinet offers customers a broad range of imaging capabilities including applications that require broadband UV illumination, white light epi-illumination, and transillumination to image UV fluorescent dyes as well as chemiluminescence and colorimetric labels. The GL 2200 system also includes the Kodak Molecular Imaging Software for quantitative image analysis, database, and overlay capabilities. 
 
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